Swapped from a standard size projector that sounded like a vacuum cleaner, to this unit. It's a little bare bones, but it works fantastically. Specifically, the unit downscales from whatever you throw at it (720p, 1080p) to it's native 854x480. For most resolutions, its maximum framerate is 30hz (fps). However, a few resolution do output at 60hz (fps). 1024x768, 1280 x 960 and 1280 x 1024 all output at 60fps. However, when fullscreening content there will obviously be some letterbox bars. Frankly, most of the content i watch on youtube (and basically all movies) are 24 to 30fps, so simply setting it to 720p is optimal most of the time. Looks real good in a darkened room.I""m using it at about 100"", from around 10 feet away. For people looking to play videogames / games / do some gaming on it, i can happily say that its response time is great. It's identical to my monitor, and i play action games where a tiny bit of delay is the difference between life and death. I played a 2d shooter on my wall and it felt exactly the same as it does at my desk (minus the pixel count)So yeah! So far so good. It makes about as much noise as a PS2, or a regular cheap laptop. Quieter than my ceiling fan on medium.I'm not using its speakers, they're pretty bad. Sounds like a phone set on speaker. ATM i'm using the speakers on the laptop i have it hooked up to, and i have a bluetooth to RCA thing coming in a couple days so i can hook it up to my sound system proper.The image isn't super high res, but for 200 bucks you should expect that. I'm totally happy with my purchase, and if your use case is similar to mine (you have blackout curtains for the day / intend to use at night. need it to be very quiet, have speakers to plug it into) then I wholeheartedly recommend it.